Ask an ADHD coach with Alex
Brought to you by ADHD NZ and Alex Campbell
ADHD treatment for adults generally includes finding strategies to manage attention, executive functions, and emotional self-regulation.
An ADHD coach assists ADHD adults in developing effective strategies to make life more enjoyable.
The coach can provide treatment options for ADHD by working with you to identify how ADHD affects you and help you establish structure, skills, and action plans to overcome your challenges.
Join us to Ask an ADHD Coach any broad or specific questions between 1 pm - 2 pm on the following dates:
- Tuesday 3 October 2023
- Tuesday 7 November 2023
- Tuesday 5 December 2023, or
- Tuesday 5 March 2024.
Broad questions you might have include:
- budgeting, or
Of course, your questions can be more specific (such as 'how to manage impulsive spending').
So bring yourself and your questions to our group session(s) on Teams.
Will it cost anything?
We rely on donations like yours to continue to set up events like this to support people like you. We do not receive government funding, so while there is no set fee to attend our Ask an ADHD Coach sessions, we thank you in advance for anything you can contribute.
Where: online - so you don't have to worry about travelling and parking!
Book your seat
Book now by completing the form below. On completion, you'll get an email confirmation with a receipt and an email reminder closer to the time.
By booking your place in these Ask an ADHD Coach sessions, we have some rules for attending our Ask an ADHD Coach sessions that you accept and will implement when attending these sessions to encourage a safe space for everyone's questions.
About the presenter: Alex Campbell, ACC, MBACP., ADHD Specialist, ICF Coach, BACP Therapist, Neurodiversity Speaker & Coach Trainer, Mental Health First Aid Instructor
Alex is a registered therapist, certified coach and Mental Health First Aid Instructor who wants to help both individuals and organisations change their narrative on ADHD.
Alex also just ‘gets it’, which means you won’t have to explain everything and he won’t judge. He's a professional ally who knows how the brain works (the science bit) but also how it feels (the human bit) to help you understand how you too can work with the marvellous ADHD brain to great personal and professional success.